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How We Differ From a "Big Box" Tutoring Center

Depending on where you live, it may seem like a tutoring center is popping up on every corner. Where I used to live in Texas, you couldn't go more than two miles without seeing one. To some, this spike in tutoring centers indicates an increase in students who aren't getting what they need from traditional public education and who must seek help to keep up. To others, it indicates that as a nation we are investing more in our own children's education. Wherever you fall on this, one thing is for sure- there are a TON of tutoring centers out there for every type of grade, subject, and test. So, why might you choose a small private tutoring group over a big box company? The point of this article

Geometry Based Winter Crafts

It's the most wonderful time of the year- and it's also the season when everyone seems to be doing LOTS of crafts and art projects. If your kiddo is wanting to break out the scissors and glue everyday during this season I have some good news! It's insanely easy to learn while being creative- I would even say that the two often go hand in hand. When thinking about what winter crafts I would do with the kiddos in my life, I began to realize just how much geometry we see during the colder months. Snowflakes with perfect symmetry. Triangular Christmas trees. Boxes of every shape and size. Spherical snow globes and ornaments. Fitting holiday cookies onto the baking sheet. Even measuring ribbons t

Why We Chose To Home School- Guest Post

Ever considered homeschooling your child? We asked Shiang-ling Bissonnette to write a guest post about her decision to home school her children and their experiences with homeschooling. Enjoy! ---------------------- For us the idea of homeschooling came with the choice to completely change our lifestyle. Admittedly, I was that parent that was semi removed from my kids education. I assumed that they had it handled at the schools and I did little reinforcements when they came home. Its ok, I am ok with it, most of the time I was doing everything I could to just survive. With my husband working or deployed, it was mostly my responsibility… for the kids, house, my business and trying to take car

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